VIENNA (2 NIGHTS)
Vienna stands out among other European tourist destinations for being a "new old city", a city in transition from an older "picture city" like Florence and Venice to being a global city like Paris and London. Here u can find the largest cluster, Schönbrunn Palace, Museums and exhibitions of Hofburg Palace, Mozart's residence, museums in Museumsquartier, the Belvedere Palace and the KunstHausWien, among others.
BRATISLAVA (2 NIGHTS)
It might be Europe's most relaxed, because what this city does have is old-town charm, sophisticated restaurants, traditional pubs, good music ranging from jazz to opera. Not to be missed the Bratislava City Gallery at the Pállfy Palace, the Museum of Clocks or the Pharmacy Museum. The hillside villas surrounding the castle, the imposing Soviet War Memorial at Slavín; the best views over the city.
BUDAPEST (2 NIGHTS)
Budapest is a beautiful city to visit. Between the places that must be seen are for instance the world famous Budapest Opera House, the Museum of Fine Arts, Palace of Arts, Ludwig Museum, the Mai Manó House of Photography, the Hungarian National Gallery. Not to be missed: the top of Gellért Hill, the Basilica's observation deck for some of the best views of Budapest, the historic water tower on Margaret Island.
PRAGUE (2 NIGHTS)
Prague is the "Jewel in the Crown" of Central Europe, its epic history has produced a vibrant city of stunning buildings and lovely old squares, with the result that today, Prague is one of the world's most beautiful cities. Prague Castle is the most prominent Prague tourist attraction. Set on a hill, it affords visitors fine views over the whole city. There are also excellent views to be had from these sights and attractions in Prague: Old Town Hall Tower, Old Town Bridge Tower, Lesser Town Bridge Tower, Klementinum, Jindrisska Tower, Petrin and Vysehrad.
BERLİN (2 NIGHTS)
As heart of the Prussian kingdom, cultural centre of the Weimar Republic, headquarters of Hitler's Third Reich and a key frontline flashpoint in the Cold War, Berlin has long been a weather vane of European – and world – history. The most important places in Berlin are: Reichstag building, Berlin Television Tower (Fernsehturm), Gendarmenmarkt; one of the most stunning squares in the city, Unter den Linden; Humboldt University, the German Historical Museum, the German Cathedral and the State Opera, Charlottenburg Palace and the Potsdamer Platz.